An irregular podcast looking at wargaming, from historical gaming such as Black Powder, Bolt Action and Chain of Command to Scifi and Fantasy with Warhammer 40k and Frostgrave.
Art of articles
In this episode of the Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy podcast, the team discuss what makes a good article for the magazine. Guy gives us his criteria and the twitterverse tells us what they think.
Cold War Commander
Wars of Orcs and Dwarfs
Do we need another set of Napoleonic rules?
In this episode of the Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy magazine podcast on top of the usual news round-up, Guy has a chat with Warwick Kinrade about his new rule set Soldiers of Napoleon.
Strength & Honour
Castles in the Sky
A night at the movies
The WSS team in this episode discuss films, how they have influenced our gaming and how they might be used to inspire scenarios.
Blackpowder Red Earth
Fire on the Frontier
Three Ages of Rome
Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy issue #76.
Over the winter the Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy team have taken part in the Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge.
With the arrival of spring, the challenge has finally finished. Guy, Jasper, Chris and Angus catch up on what they achieved over the winter months and reveal who had the highest score.
Show or No Show
In this episode of the podcast, Guy brings us the latest wargaming news, the boys chat about what they have been up to, their scores on the analogue hobbies painting challenge and the WSS Twitter poll on how gamers felt about wargame shows and game days.
Rapid Fire! Blitzkrieg Battlegroups
Back of Beyond
Guy Don't Surf
In the latest episode of the Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy Podcast, Guy is joined by Paul Eaglestone from Empress Miniatures to discuss their new Vietnam ruleset, BOHICA.
The boys also catch up on the Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge.
Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge
Rapid Fire, Blitzkrieg Battlegroups
Plastic v Metal
Love the pod but i think they missed the most important point which is the resale value of metal over plastic.
Metal being very much higher £5 to £10 a figure plastic being whatever you can get which usually is not much!!!